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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Abu Bluff starts climbing down that tree

In remarks to a Jewish group in New York on Tuesday night, 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen started to climb down the threat of walking away from 'direct talks' if Israel does not extend the 'settlement freeze.'
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is leaving the door open to continuing peace negotiations with Israel, even if the Jewish state resumes settlement construction in the West Bank.

Abbas told American Jewish leaders in New York late Tuesday it would be "very difficult" to continue the talks if building resumes but added that he "cannot say" definitively that he would walk away.


At 2:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why are you "heh"-ing?

The best thing that could happen would be for Abu-Bluff to call it quits.

No! The best that that could happen would be for Bibi Bozo to call it quits. Stupid Jews.

At 5:44 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Neither side wants to get blamed for the collapse of the talks.

That's how surreal these negotiations are. Abu Bluff's climbing down the tree has nothing to do with a Palestinian change of mind on the core issue. If there had been, one might describe it as a breakthrough.

Don't look for it to happen in the foreseeable future.


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